This course is designed to prepare people for work in a particular discipline or construction occupation. It has been specifically developed for delivery in a training environment using simulated conditions. Candidates have the option of training in either Bench Joinery or Site Carpentry.
|Qualification name||Diploma in Bench Joinery|
|Awarding organisation||City & Guilds of London Institute|
|Course type||Classroom based|
|Course start date||1st September 2022|
|Cost description||Please enquire|
The Isle of Wight College has standard entry requirements for full-time college courses, depending on the level of the course to be studied.
u will study 5 units : Continuous assessment in practical activities Continuous assessment in trade knowledge English or maths Knowledge examination (core knowledge) Knowledge examination (trade specific knowledge) Online examinations Health & Safety Exam
Typically attendance will be for two and a half days per week. Key Skills are assessed through examination and portfolio production. Generally there is a practical and academic assessment for each unit. The course is structured and delivered by continuous assessment. You must complete all the occupational units, practical assessments, knowledge assessments, phase tests, knowledge tests and the Health and Safety test in order to obtain the full qualification.
You will be expected to provide yourself with: Safety footwear incorporating steel toecaps (£30 approx.) Work trousers/overalls as protective clothing ( two pairs ) (£25 approx.) Tape Measure ( 5 metre minimum length ) (£8 approx.) An approved set of Drawing Equipment (£35 approx.) Scientific calculator, Writing Materials, A4 Lever Arch Files, Paper (£15 approx.) Recommended Books (£24 approx.)
The course is structured and delivered by continuous assessment. It will be your responsibility to update your record book which will show evidence of your experience and achievements. You must complete all the occupational units, practical assessments, knowledge assessments, phase tests, knowledge tests and the Health and Safety test in order to obtain the full qualification.
Apply problem solving techniques in the areas of competence covered
Understand the principles of construction in each unit
Develop practical skills as required by the industry
Progress to Advanced Technical qualification
NVQ 3 Carpentry and Joinery if there is adequate work based evidence to support assessment
|Name||The Isle Of Wight College - Newport|
The Isle Of Wight College
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